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Old 07-17-2013, 09:36 PM   #19081
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If being free minus the alignment is a downside, then yeah that's about it. Crank it to 24.25" hub to fender and throw on a set of 33's and you'll be sitting pretty.
I cranked mine and didnt get an alignment been like that for over a year and a half no problems and tire wear is great.
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Old 07-17-2013, 09:39 PM   #19082
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I cranked mine and didnt get an alignment been like that for over a year and a half no problems and tire wear is great.
Same here, but I'll be getting one before I get tires
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I cranked mine and didnt get an alignment been like that for over a year and a half no problems and tire wear is great.
That's same with me, my fronts are fine with 20000miles on them and no alignment
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Yeh I didn't get mine aligned either but no harm yet.
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Old 07-18-2013, 11:14 AM   #19085
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Are there any downsides to cranking the t-bars versus getting a leveling kit? What size tires should I get without changing the rims.
All a leveling kit accomplishes is the seems thing as turning the tbrs
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If you crank up the tbars and the ride is too rough you can disconnect the front swaybar if you want, it will make the ride softer
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the headlight covers are held on by industrial velcrow dots. since i bought the truck i have removed them and have them sitting in my bedroom.
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Took a dirt bike trail up a mountain... Earned some scratches and a small dent on the bottom of my rocker lol
Thought I wouldn't see another island blue f150!

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Thought I wouldn't see another island blue f150!
His is green?
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Looks island blue to me.. I mean it looks like mine when it's dirty I could be wrong
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